DALLAS, TEXAS—U.S. Olympian Eli Bremer and Dream Outdoors (DO), the corporate travel and incentive company, will provide entrepreneurs here with an unprecedented opportunity to uncover the training foundation Olympians utilize to separate the elite from the merely great—with practical guidance for top performers in the professional world.
Bremer is speaking Wednesday, April 28, 2010, from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM at the Dallas Marriott Las Colinas in Irving, Texas, at 223 West Las Colinas Boulevard. In addition to a keynote presentation by Bremer, the $20 per person event includes presentations by Dream Outdoors CEO Matt Pfohl; a free incentive performance assessment for participants by DO executives; a discount opportunity for future training programs with Olympians; AND a three-course gourmet lunch.
“To have someone of Eli’s caliber in front of a captive audience of entrepreneurs and executives in Dallas is almost too good to be true,” said DO CEO Matt Pfohl. “To have him conveying his lessons learned to the business world will translate directly to the bottom line.”
One of the most decorated pentathletes in American history, Bremer is a seven-time World Team Member, Pan American Games Gold Medalist, World Cup Final Bronze Medalist, and 2008 Olympic Team member.
“So much of what I’ve learned as an Olympic athlete is directly applicable to entrepreneurs and executives,” Bremer said. “I don’t think there’s any doubt that people who come to the presentation will come away with a new way of looking at their lives and their work.”
The Dallas program is designed to drive on-the-job performance and to explore how research-driven experiential meetings and incentive programs provide organizations with predictable results—and individuals with fresh drive and enthusiasm.
“Coming to see Eli is the best way to create a Return On Commitment (ROC) for your brand,” said DO CEO Pfohl, “through professional development experiences, executive retreats, incentive programs, and client hospitality events.”
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